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The fourth of seven scheduled
milestone releases for 11.3 was completed and
released on schedule. Milestone 4 focuses on switching to upstart as init
Here’s what you may find interesting in the new release:
* OpenOffice.Org has been updated to 3.2.1 Beta1 with new features
* NetworkManager has been updated to version 0.8 with fixes to better
support bluetooth and GSM.
* cups has been updated to version 1.4.2, it “adds over 67 changes and new
features to CUPS 1.3.11, including improved Bonjour/DNS-SD support,
supply level and status reporting for network printers via SNMP, an
improved web interface, and the CUPS DDK tools.”
* The conntrack – network filtering system has been added. These are
userspace tools that allow system administrators interact with the
Connection Tracking System, which is the module that provides stateful
packet inspection for iptables.
* The Mono stack has been updated to the bug fix release 2.6.3 together
with MonoDevelop 2.2.2.
* Python has been updated to the bug fix release 2.6.5 RC 2
* samba was updated to version 3.5.1
* The Moblin team has started with the integration of the Moblin UI into
the distribution and plan to have everything ready for the next
* The LiveCDs have virtualbox guest tools. Now features like screen
resizing, seamless mode, and shared clipboards work fine and
automatically after boot-up! Check this (~8,5MB) ogv video to see the
guest addition features in action.
Gnome/GTK desktop users:
* GNOME has been updated to the GNOME
2.30 release candidate (2.29.92).
* With the next milestone, empathy will be the default IM client for
GNOME. Empathy supports now sending files via drag & drop and the
IRC module now includes support for common IRC commands such as
* Tomboy’s startup time has been drastically improved. Syncing is now
* Natilus’ user interface now includes a new split view mode and the
default is set to browser mode.
Nautilus features a number of
user interface changes including a new split
view mode and is now set to browser mode by default, replacing spatial mode.
KDE desktop users:
* KDE has been updated to version 4.4.1 the most important
* A performance problem in KMail when sending emails has been fixed
* Various fixes in Plasma widgets and other addons, such as the analog
clock and the picture frame
* A number of fixes in Konsole, KDE’s powerful terminal application
* Amarok is now at version 2.3, “Areas such as podcast support and saved
playlists have seen huge improvements, as has the support for USB mass
storage devices (including generic MP3 players)”.
* k3b is updated to 2.0 RC2
LXDE desktop users:
* Switch to pcmanfm 0.9.3 and libfm 0.1.9. Now lxde fully supports trash,
automount, gvfs, “menu-browsing” and much more.
* lxsession: upgrade to 0.4.3 with d-bus support
As this is a
milestone release, 11.3 milestone 4 does contain bugs that we
know about, but should not stand between courageous contributors and release
The known bugs include:
* gwibber has
been updated but depends on desktopcouch and that stack is
not yet integrated into openSUSE.
You can track the most annoying bugs on the wiki along with 11.3 development.
If you want to make sure 11.3 final is free of annoying bugs, we’ll need your
help finding, reporting, and fixing those hidden bugs.
To learn more about testing openSUSE, visit the Testing pages on the
wiki. To follow the testing and development process, we suggest that you
subscribe to the openSUSE-Factory mailing list and join the #openSUSE-Factory
channel on Freenode to discuss openSUSE development.
The next openSUSE Milestone is scheduled to be released on Friday, April
9th, with additional new features and bug fixes.
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